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Adelaide’s Most Decadent Breakfasts To Comfort Your Winter Hunger

It’s winter time and time to warm up those grumbling bellies!

As the winter chill makes its way back to Adelaide, our cravings for seriously decadent and delicious breakfast options begin to grow.

Say goodbye to the boring old smashed avo on toast and welcome fried chicken waffles, matcha pancakes and hotcakes topped with fairy floss.

We have also listed some gluten-free and vegan options for our friends.

1. Caffiend Coffee Co – Fried Chicken Waffle

Who said you can’t have fried chicken for breakfast? Drool over Caffiend Coffee Co’s fried buttermilk chicken waffle with sizzling bacon. Available from their Synagogue Place location, they also have another location in Hahndorf. Who’s down for a foodie adventure soon!?

2. C.R.E.A.M – Baked Bowl

If you are looking for a hearty feast by the beach, CREAM in Brighton is the way to go. With baked bowls featuring fried eggs and chorizo, their menu is full of feeds that won’t disappoint. You can even grab some friends, order some different things and make your own tasting board. Perfect.

3. Commissary – Fairy Floss and Ice Cream Pancakes

You have to agree how sweet this pancake stack looks! Delicious seasonal fruit, fairy floss, and ice-cream make this option perfect for the food-grammers or anyone who loves that little touch of extra. Head to Fullarton Road for your next foodie post for sure.

4. 303 By The Sea – French Toast with a Twist

This isn’t your average french toast. Grilled with a salted pecan crumble, caramel popcorn and of course, maple syrup, this is the french toast you have been dreaming of. Take a stroll to Henley and treat yourself.

5. 50SIXONE – Red Velvet Pancakes

Who said dessert and breakfast can’t go hand-in-hand? Well, we know for sure no one has said that to 50sixone. With milkshake flavours that match the sweetness of their presentation, this breakfast meal is up to their delicious standard. With locations in Hyde Park, Prospect and Henley Beach, sweet tooths’ can rejoice.

6. Argo – Build Your Own Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie bowls are a new breakfast staple in a lot of cafes, but when Argos does it, they go above and beyond. Giving you the option to choose your base, toppings, and mix-ins, the opportunities are endless. Do we have to mention the heart-shaped bowl as well!? Vegan and gluten-free options are also available with locations on The Parade and in Victoria Square.

7. Karma and Crow – Hotcakes with Lavender Glass.

Yes, you heard that correct. Hotcakes with lavender glass. Add white chocolate, strawberry gum, and coconut ice cream and you have found a unique, but tasty creation. With a gift shop featuring some of SA’S homegrown talent, head to Richmond Road for your tastebuds and shopping needs.

8. Fine and Fettle – Heirloom Baby Carrots

Roast, but make it breakfast. Located in Stepney, warm up your belly with heirloom baby carrots, bacon and roast pumpkin. With menu staples such as corn and manchego fritters and a loaded breaky burger, Fine and Fettle have scored a yes from us.

9. Coconut Estate Eatery – Blue Matcha Pancakes with Mermaid Tail

Vegan, gluten-free and a whimsical dream on a plate, say hello to blue matcha pancakes from the Coconut Estate Eatery. Served with coconut sorbet, caramel sauce and a chocolate mermaid tail on top, this is perfect for the one who loves everything fairytale-like. Located on O’Connell street, get prepared to taste the rainbow of their diverse menu.

If you know of anything else that warms up your belly, let us know on our socials and we will be sure to add it to the guide.

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